Take a Nile Cruise and experience the delights of an Ancient country rich with amazing wildlife and monuments to take the breath away.
Visit the mysterious Valley of the Kings in Luxor before venturing to the lost city of stone in Jordan. The world famous Suez Canal and the resting place of Tutankhamun are also highlights of this incredible cruise.
Asman – Home to the Old Cataract Hotel which is the inspiration for Agatha Christie’s ‘Death on the Nile’, Aswan also offers travellers an opportunity to visit the famous Temple of the Philae.
Abu Simbel - No holiday in Egypt is complete without a trip to Abu Simbel, which consists of two massive rock temples situated on the banks of Lake Nasser. The temples were carved during the reign of Rameses II and depict him and Queen Nefertari to commemorate his victory at the Battle of Kadesh.
Luxor – Often the final port of call for your Nile cruise holiday in Egypt, travellers can arrange excursion to the nearby Valley of the Kings. This is where ancient Egyptian Pharaohs were buried and is known to contain over 63 tombs with the most famous being Tutankhamen.